Cheryl B. Klein has worked as an editor of children's and young adult books for more than a decade. She served as the continuity editor for the American editions of the last two Harry Potter novels, and books that she edited have won the William C. Morris YA Debut Award, the Sid Fleischman Humor Award, the Batchelder Award for translation, and a New York Times Best Illustrated Book citation, among other honors. Please visit her editorial website at www-dot-cherylklein-dot-com.
Great resource for writers interested in breaking into the market. I appreciated the straight talk and the practical tips on both writing and publishing what I've written.Published 2 months ago by Molly Olecki
I really didn't get anything out of this book. There was a lot of self promotion going on.
There was information I am sure others will find helpful, just not for me.
This book was recommended by Denise Jaden in her book. After completing another National Novel Writing Month marathon, I have been using it to help me in the revision and editing... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Lydia E. Harris
Excellent. I've read it and taken notes. I plan to read it again very soon and apply much of what I've learned. It is one of my favorite books about the writing process.Published 8 months ago by Rosie
Not boring theory, but down to earth ways to improve your manuscript. I have many writing books that attempt to tell me how to write. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Dayne Sislen
Unbelievable writing lessons! If you're a new writer, you'll NEED this book!
~V.C. Stone, MG Fantasy Author
It helps round out information for new fiction writers. I have some books that I will not give up, and this one is among them.Published 12 months ago by C.A.Lutes
I've read a lot of fiction theory and literary criticism books and I probably looked forward to this the most. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Alex May